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Bad start? No problem

Despite missing the break, then being caught in traffic at the top of the lane, I Want Revenge split horses in mid-stretch and went on to win the Wood Memorial in remarkable fashion at Aqueduct. Read More

 

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Brilliant ride by Joe Talamo. Showed a lot of cool in keeping his charge in contention without rushing him to the front. Later, when the seam closed in mid stretch, liked the way Talamo gathered I Want Revenge up after being ping-ponged and then found another opening to drive to the wire. Has the heart to win the Kentucky Derby.

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